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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Ollie Onene Littrell Curtis: Born March 13, 1917

re-posted from 2010
Past Birthday Celebrations [b.3-13-1917] for the last surviving child of John D. and Kizzie Z. Comer Littrell was held in her home and then at Ryan's in Sikeston, MO. before her years made the celebration to difficult for her.  The last one was held in 2006.  These dinners have served as sort of a reunion event since the discontinuance of the Wappapello reunions.
Onene passed away 12-30-2010.

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Onene Littrell-Curtis & baby, possibly Rueben, OJ or Les (even though the inscription says JD).

Onene and JD were only five years apart, OJ was 9 years younger than Onene, Leslie 11, and Rubin 13 years younger. Onene is believed to be 13 years old in the picture based on her memory of the picture being taken when she got her first pair of shoes on her 13th birthday.
Bert and Onene
Bert & Ollie Onene (Littrell) Curtis
Missouri circa 1936/37

Onene met Bert when he was running sugar for Moonshiners.

Monday, March 5, 2018

John L. Littrell: Memorial

JL is the grandson of John D. & Kizzie (Comer) Littrell

John L. Littrell, of Hazelwood, MO, entered into eternal rest after a courageous battle, on Wednesday, February 28, 2018, at the age of 67. Loving husband of 43 wonderful years to Sharon Littrell; beloved son of Mary Evelyn Rose Littrell Barron and the late Leslie Littrell; devoted father of Jennifer Bruer and John R. (Candice) Littrell; cherished grandfather of Dalanie Littrell, Addison Bruer, Savannah Littrell, and Collin Bruer; dearest stepbrother of Robert (Laurie) Barron, Eugenie (Ken) Ytuarte, and Emerson (Diane) Barron; dear brother-in-law of Pam (Mike) Kokoszka, and Dianne (Jim) Gould;

John proudly served his country with honor in the United States Navy. He was the founder and owner of John Littrell Irrigation, which spanned a 30-year career. John enjoyed fishing, hunting, and walks in the woods. He was a friendly and generous man, who never met a stranger. John will be remembered for his kind and nurturing nature, who was a beloved husband, son, father, grandfather, brother, and friend to many. He was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Memorial contributions may be made in John’s honor to Grace Church STL Bereavement Ministry.

more on the family of Leslie ‘Les’ Littrell
more on: First Cousins: The Last Generation?


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